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Dog training Burnley

Discussion in 'Dog Tricks and Games' started by steven broadbent, Sep 10, 2016.


  1. steven broadbent

    steven broadbent PetForums Newbie

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    Hello we have taken on a rescue dog that was supposed to have been socialised used to other dogs.We have now discovered that she pulls like mad and wants to attack any other dog that crosses her path taking her for a walk is an ordeal and it not a pleasure .Can any one recommend a trainer in the Burnley area .Thank you
     
  2. applecrumlin

    applecrumlin Oh Help Oh No it's a Gruffalo

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    Can't help with a recommendation, but if you re-post this under "training and behaviour", someone will surely help. This is "tricks and games", and doesn't get many views. (you need to scroll to the bottom of the training and behaviour page, and use the "new thread" button down there)
     
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    simplysardonic Commander of a tiny, furry army
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    Sled dog hotel PetForums VIP

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    Hopefully someone will be able to give you a personal recommendation, failing that there is CAPBT which is one of the good organisations of trainers and behaviourists
    you should be able to find a behaviourist in your are on their website.

    http://capbt.org/
     
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